Press release; Exhibition description; Thread Waxing Space pamphlet; postcard; "Architects for a Really Socialist Environment" pamphlet, "Remembering Architecture's Dream Team" review on Wall Street Journal;"From the 60's, Paper Dreams That Reflect the Modern City" review on NYTimes; "Instant City: Retrospective Celebrates the Urban Context" review on Landscape Architecture;
SATURDAY MARCH 14, 1998 – TUESDAY APRIL 14, 1998Experimental Architecture, presented in conjunction with Thread Waxing Space, Pratt Institute, Columbia and Cornell Universities, was the first major exhibition of the work of experimental British architecture collaborative Archigram in North America. Storefront presented the work of Ron Herron, including over 400 drawings, models, multi-media installations, magazines and re-created environments across the five institutions.
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